1. Beyoncé: Media and Cultural Icon
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  1. Filming the Fall: Plurality, Social Change, and Innovation in Contemporary Senegalese Cinema
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  1. Selma: The Historical Record and the American Imaginary
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  1. Spike Lee’s Documentaries: The Creative Art of Making Nonfiction
  2. Delphine Letort
  3. pp. 9-26
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  1. Addressing the “Negro Problem”: Rethinking the Coon and the Mammy in King of the Zombies and Revenge of the Zombies
  2. Toni Pressley-Sanon
  3. pp. 27-54
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  1. Every Nigger Is a Star: Reimagining Blackness from Post–Civil Rights America to the Postindependence Caribbean
  2. Erica Moiah James
  3. pp. 55-83
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  1. Benoît Ramampy (1947–1996): A Life Dedicated to Cinema
  2. Karine Blanchon, Yalie Saweda Kamara
  3. pp. 84-94
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  1. On Practicing an Independent African American Cinema: An Interview with Kevin Willmott
  2. De Witt Douglas Kilgore
  3. pp. 95-123
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  1. Building the Black (Universal) Archive and the Architecture of Black Cinema
  2. Lauren McLeod Cramer
  3. pp. 131-145
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  1. Conscious Quiet as a Mode of Black Visual Culture
  2. Lokeilani Kaimana
  3. pp. 146-154
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  1. B.A.D. (Black Abstraction Dreaming): A Conversation with Kevin Jerome Everson
  2. Michael Boyce Gillespie
  3. pp. 155-168
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  1. In a (Not So) Silent Way: Listening Past Black Visuality in Symbiopsychotaxiplasm
  2. Charles “Chip” P. Linscott
  3. pp. 169-190
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  1. Blackness and the Image of Motility: A Suspenseful Critique
  2. Alessandra Raengo
  3. pp. 191-206
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  1. “Coming to Terms with the Past Will Allow One to Continue”: Interview with Leyla Bouzid about As I Open My Eyes
  2. Olivier Barlet, Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 207-212
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  1. “I Am Not Interested in Denouncing Polygamy: My Film Goes beyond That”: Interview with Angèle Diabang about So Long a Letter
  2. Olivier Barlet, Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 213-217
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  1. “It Is Up to Us to Work on Our Own Complexes”: An Interview with Alice Diop
  2. Olivier Barlet, Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 218-222
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  1. African Women and the Documentary: Storytelling, Visualizing History, from the Personal to the Political
  2. Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 223-239
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  1. Facing Blackness: Media and Minstrelsy in Spike Lee’s Bamboozled by Ashley Clark (review)
  2. Christopher Lloyd
  3. pp. 240-242
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  1. Uplift Cinema: The Emergence of African American Film and the Possibility of Black Modernity by Allyson Nadia Field (review)
  2. Julie Lavelle
  3. pp. 242-244
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  1. Ten Arab Filmmakers: Political Dissent and Social Critique ed. by Josef Gugler (review)
  2. Sheila Petty
  3. pp. 244-247
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  1. Black Magic Woman and Narrative Film: Race, Sex, and Afro-Religiosity by Montré Aza Missouri (review)
  2. Maria Abegunde
  3. pp. 247-249
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  1. South Africa’s Renegade Reels: The Making and Public Lives of Black-Centered Films by Litheko Modisane (review)
  2. Jordache A. Ellapen
  3. pp. 250-252
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  1. Richard E. Norman and Race Filmmaking: Reprocessing and Digitization
  2. Dorothy Berry, Megan MacDonald
  3. pp. 253-256
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  1. Archival News
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  1. Recent and Upcoming Publications on Black Film
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  1. Editor’s Notes
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  1. Introduction
  2. Keith M. Harris
  3. pp. 124-127
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